'Tiny image sensor, Poor low-light performance'
'Good images and video'
'Stylish metal body, High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor'
'Excellent build quality.'
'Large high quality touch screen'
'interesting high-speed video recording mode'
'Photo quality is excellent'
'The face detection works great.'
Camera is ready to take photos very fast. '
'the camera focuses great and I like the slow zoom when recording.'
'free image editing software'
'It's an easy recommendation for those searching for a grab-and-go pocket camera and don't want or need much more than the ability to take a good photo.
'Easy to use.'
'Start-up times are fast; very little shutter lag.'
'with the Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS and feel free to compare.'
'the camera is remarkably comfortable, even for large hands.'
'The camera's processing speeds are very quick and shouldn't cause any frustration.'
'the control buttons are fairly small and may prove difficult for the meaty-handed to use.'
'Some aspects of performance too slow..'
'The 2.5" LCD screen on the Canon SD770 is comparatively small when pinned against other cams in its price range that feature 3" screens.'
'The Canon PowerShot SD770 IS digital camera's classic box and circle design has characterized the Digital ELPH look for more than a decade.'
'the SD770 is prone to some heavy chromatic aberration at times, taking the form of thick purple fringe in the typical problem areas.'
'There are several features of the Canon Powershot D10 that canon are particularly proud of such as the Smart auto mode.'
'Selecting settings is somewhat confusing, because both buttons on the back bring up menus, with only icons and single words for identification.'
'Reds are a little warm, blues are a bit bright, and greens are a bit too vibrant, but most casual shooters probably won't consider this a fault.'
'the Canon PowerShot SD10 Digital ELPH is one of the world's smallest digital cameras'
'At ISO 1,600, most fine detail is destroyed by the vast snowy blizzard of tiny speckles, and dynamic range is crunched to the point of obscuring most shadow detail.'
'The back of the TX1 looks quite strange with a memory card door taking up the bottom third of the back and buttons cluttering the top two-thirds.'
'ISO 800 is fairly noisy and you'll be making small prints only at that setting.'
'Canon hasn't seen fit to include manual exposure controls in any of the cameras in the Digital Elph line'
'it's one that exhibits both excellent quality and nimble performance.'
'Most users will have no difficulty using the camera right out of the box.'
'Our standard night scene looks pretty nice as well.'
'Chromatic aberration cropped up as purple fringing around backlit subject matter'
'very good Digital Camera Solutions software'
'Noise becomes noticeable above 200 ISO.'
'For movies small enough to attach to an e-mail, select the compact movie setting.'
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